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Question

What are the laws pertaining to fire works in the City of Fayetteville?

Answer

A. Fireworks which are not prohibited under state or federal law and which are considered consumer fireworks as defined under federal law and regulations (27C.F.R 555.11) may be sold between June 28th and July 5th of each year, subject to provisions. 

B. Any person desiring to sell fireworks must obtain a permit.

C. Fireworks may only be discharged upon private property with the consent of the property owner and between the hours of  10:00a.m. until 10:00p.m. on July 1st, 2nd, and 3rd and from 10:00a.m. until 11:00p.m. on July 4th and at no other time or date.       

D. If any person less than the age of 16 years is present, an adult (at least 21 years of age) must supervise the discharge of all   fireworks.

E. No skyrockets or aerial fireworks attached to a stick may be discharged.

F. Public display of fireworks may be allowed upon the application and granting of a public fireworks display permit by the Mayor or his designee.